The Sunflower, v.74, no.16 (November 18, 1969)
The Sunflower, v.74 no.16. Wichita, Kansas, November 18, 1969. - 12 pages.
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Article(s): Game films indicate Shockers scored twice in final quarter / Tony Jimenez -- Student attacked, robbed on campus -- Yule protest planned by moratorium group -- Goldwater advocates bombing plan to end war -- Obscene name-calling lands rock singer Joplin in jail -- Deadline date nearing for credit-no credit -- Agnew alienated media -- Blood, Sweat and Tears group set to make Wichita debut / Ritchie Kunkle -- Faculty Artist Series slates German music -- Campus blood drive planned with goal set at 300 points -- Peace Corps degrees program set -- Church provides haven known as Inn Secure / Kevin Cook -- Journalism frat petition approved -- Opera Theatre set to perform pair of operas for students -- Rare book curator to talk in informal Ablah session -- Brass Choir, Jazz Ensemble to present joint concert -- 'Black and White power': Black educator to speak today -- Cost expert says blood could spill -- Freshmen dump Coffeyville, Capture easy 41-13 victory -- Stallworth, Bowman team up again, this time with New York -- 'Round About Campus / Glenn Meltzer -- Irish break usual form, accept bowl -- Top stars say drugs will stay in athletics -- New team offers money for name
Photograph(s): Strategic bombing: Sen. Barry M. Goldwater, speaking in Henry Levitt Arena Monday night, tells how he would end the Vietnam war through strategic bombing. p. 1 -- Candlelight greetings: Sen. Barry Goldwater, R-Arizona, was greeted in candlelight Monday night by the men of Sigma Chi Sigma. Goldwater's arrival was preceded by a power failure on a three-block section of Holyoke, making candles necessary to light the reception. The Senator is an alumnus of the fraternity. p. 2 -- Dave Stallworth makes brilliant comeback. p. 10 -- Nate Bowman finds a home at last. p. 10